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a good morning. thanks to oil revenues, north dakota is booming. so much so that it has to import workers. the menard's store in minot, north dakota is so hard up for staff that it is hiring workers in its wisconsin home base and then flying those new employees -- weekly -- to north dakota. at 2.4% north dakota has the lowest unemployment rate in the nation and currently has 22,000 open positions across the state. a special blend of gasoline could case trouble under the hood. triple a is calling on the epa to suspend the sale of e-15, a blend of gasolne containing 15% ethanol and sold mostly in corn belt states. triple a contends using the fuel could both damage cars and void automaker warranties. the epa approved the new gasoline in june. already, manufacturers including toyota and volkswagen have said their warranties will not cover fuel related claims. the l-a auto show continues this week and already, a number of energy efficient vehicles have made their debut. but a number of automakers are saving their best surprises for the north american international auto show in detroit in jan
sergeant sal junta and former sergeant dakota meyer. their gripping stories are ahead on "morning joe." >>> and up next, the day a nation lost its president. our conversation with chris matthews on jfk, elusive hero. stay with us. [ cellphon irping ] [ buzzing ] bye dad. drive safe. k. love you. [ chirping, buzzing continues ] [ horn honks ] [ buzzing continues ] [ male announcer ] the sprint drive first app. blocks and replies to texts while you drive. we can live without the &. visit sprint.com/drive. >>> excuse me, chet. here is a flash from the associated press, datelined dallas. two priested who were with president kennedy say he is dead of bullet wounds. there is no further confirmation, but this is what we have on a flash basis from the associated press. two priests were called to the hospital to administer the last rites of the roman catholic church and it is from them we get the word that the president has died, that the bullet wounds inflicted on him as he rode in a motorcade through downtown dallas have been fatal. >> welcome back to "morning joe." that was bill ryan on nov
is turning to north dakota for the latest. holiday hustle. while registers are ringing, others are left out in the cold. tonight, an exclusive look at luxury with the ceo of saks fifth avenue. but investors cooled on the stock and sent its shares into the fryer, is this a value meal or has wall street lost its appetite for fast food? don't miss cramer's take, just ahead. all coming up on "mad money." >>> everybody is fretting about the fiscal cliff. until we get a deal. i got more negative when harry reid said it is unlikely that a deal will be done by christmas. i'm thrilled to have senator john hovan, a republican from north dakota who has been an advocate for bipartisan consensus here with us tonight. welcome back to "mad money." >> jim, good to be with you. >> i noticed that you are for a bipartisan situation and one of the things that tells me you are for real is that you have not signed a pledge that would make it so that you can't vote for a tax increase. it should be a big deal on the order of four trillion dollars over ten years. that's what we need to get growth in our economy and
an incredible experience. first thing i want to do is say thank you, to you the people of north dakota for having -- thank you to the people of north dakota for having confidence to send me to represent them in the united states national. i was 38 you about but i looke, and people of north dakota elected me in a stunging upset of a long-established incumbent, and i treasure the confidence that they have had in me. i also want to thank my colleagues for the responsibilities that they've given me, the leadership team, senator reid, senator schumer, senator murray, the confidence that they have had in me. and my staff, i have been so blessed to have people who have been with me, in many cases, for more than 20 years. my chiefs of staff, jim margolis, who has been one of the media gurus in the country now doing much of the advertising for the president in this last campaign. david herring, kent hall, who died on timely death working for me, care are garland, bob vanhuevland, wally, my legislative director who was with me for more than 20 years, tom mar, jerry gaginas, we all fondly call "
lakes. look at the images from fargo, north dakota. the snow there, an inch an hour. frozen in duluth, minnesota, too. and these time lapsed videos. blustery, super cold. much of the state now envolume loped in a fresh coat of white. >> zinger is here with the numbersen to. they rim pressive. >> it's still going in a lot of places. let's look at them. sacred heart, minnesota, 17. 3 inches. in white, south dakota, easily ten. minneapolis at the airport, 7.7 officially for today, but a lot of spots over nine inches. >> what that is why they call it white south dakota. more on the why? >> there is. from noon on, minneapolis, just a couple more inches to go tonight. and mostly, it will move to wisconsin and northern michigan. 3 to 6 inches as a base, some places higher. and it's not just the snow. it's the wind too. blizzard warnings and gusts up to 40 could be give cult. if you are traveling, call ahead. >> now it's starting to sound a little like winder, thank you. >>> to the fiscal storm in washington now. and a wouldn't one meeting at the white house today between john bane interthe p
series of interviews with newly elected congressional members. tonight, north dakota's senator- elect, democrat heidi heitkamp. >> brown: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> brown: the u.s. house of representatives headed toward approval this evening of a tax plan that republicans backed and democrats said was a waste of time. the division demonstrated that efforts to get a bi-partisan agreement and avoid the fiscal cliff are stuck in stalemate. >> the house will be in order. >> brown: house republicans pushed their plan b. despite a veto threat from the white hous
whistleblower sergei magnitsky. dakota native americans held a ceremony in minnesota on wednesday to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the largest mass execution in u.s. history. 38 dakota men were hanged simultaneously on december 26, 1862 in front of thousands of onlookers. they were condemned to death for crimes allegedly committed during a brief but bloody war with white settlers and soldiers. the executions were allowed by then president abraham lincoln, despite sparse evidence. the conflict came amidst broken u.s. treaties and desperate conditions that left some dakota starving. after the war nearly 2000 dakota non-combatants were marched to a prison camp where as many as 300 died. some dakota marked wednesday's anniversary with an annual 300- mile horseback ride, ending with the unveiling of a public memorial in minnesota, at the site of the executions. those are some of the headlines. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman with juan gonzalez. >> welcome to all our listeners and viewers from around the country and around the world. >> this
and south dakota to the list of states where republican governors are still fighting obama care. i'll ask howard dean what this means for the people. >>> i know you are, but what am i? >> america's zaniest congressman takes a stand on a cause close to his heart. >> we shouldn't eliminate the word lunatic. it really has application around this town. >>> and apple's ceo breaks big news to brian williams on "rock center." >> we've been working for years on doing more and more in the united states. and next year we will do one of our existing mac lines in the united states. >> tonight, the story behind apple's economic patriotism in an era of bain capital. with e.j. dionne. treatment as prilosec otc. now with a fancy coating that gives you a burst of wildberry flavor. now why make a flavored heartburn pill? because this is america. and we don't just make things you want, we make things you didn't even know you wanted. like a spoon fork. spray cheese. and jeans made out of sweatpants. so grab yourself some new prilosec otc wildberry. [ male announcer ] one pill each morning. 24 hours. zero hea
. conrad: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from north dakota. mr. conrad: mr. president, let me add my words of commendation to those of senator coats for senator lugar. i've often joked with him that he's been my secretary of state while i've served here in the united states senate because you could count on senator lugar to give good, unbiased advice on complicated foreign relations issues. and we will very much miss senator lugar's voice here in the united states senate and also his better half, char lugar, who i think we all know is a bright light. so, senator lugar, it has been an honor and a privilege to serve with you, and i know that your voice will continue to be heard on the important issues of the day. so thank you for your service to our country and to your state, and thank you for being a good friend to me. mr. president, we have this long tradition in the senate of senators giving farewell remarks. i want to alert colleagues that mine will be especially long, so you might want go have lunch and then come back. so i don't consider this my final speech, becau
growth. there are $200,000 jobs in north dakota in the oil field. i would tip into paying to move the bankers to north dakota. >> by the way, on bailouts in terms of banks, there are established procedures, if you have good collateral, you get a short term loan and get over the cash crisis. that is what they should have done in 20078 instead of putting in equity capital. >> neil: coming up next. >> kick the can road down the road for too long. >> we're not going to be able to solve it by kicking the can down the road and doing all the gimmicks in the past. >>> they say they don't wanted to kick the can but steve forbes that is exactly what washington should do. this is flip side. you do not want to miss. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] a full life measured in seats starts with the right ones early on. car crashes are the number one killer of children 1 through 13. learn how to prevent deaths and injuries by using the right car seat for your child's age and size. >>> asking folks to allow us to kick the can down the road further and that we don't want to do. >> what are we waiting f
christmas morning all through the dakotas. windchills right now down at around 8 to 10 below zero. very frigid air up that way. we'll see that be an issue all through the dakotas and into minneapolis all day long. we also have snow about six inches of snow possible parts in parts of oklahoma. you see this dark shade of pink and purple basically from arkansas right up into northern new england, there is the chance for 6 to 12 inches with more than a foot of snow through southern indiana, through ohio into northwestern pennsylvania and through the buffalo, new york area, as well. a closer look shows you right after the great lakes wb enhancement, we will see perhaps a foot of snow. we also have severe weather breaking out through louisiana where we could see tornadoes develop as we go through the day. we're looking for most of our severe weather down in the southeast and then that snow spreads eastward through the day tomorrow. >> thanks, dylan. a merry christmas. >> to you too. >> this is "first look" on msnbc.
's. and temperatures are very cold this morning, too. especially up here, negative numbers in north dakota and minnesota. a little nippy in new england, too. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at weather outside your window. as far as snow accumulations, again, kansas city to st. louis, only a couple inches. maybe two at most. now, temperatures are above freezing. so we may even get the roads just wet as we go throughout the daylight hours. watch out tonight, though. as we mentioned, after we get rid of this mini snow event today, just cold. plain cold the rest of this week much of the country. >> great. i'm looking ford that. thanks, bill. >>> the top new year's resolutions made and kept by successful people. huge entertainment news to tell you about, kanye west, kim kardashian expecting a baby. who broke the news, how far along is she, details next. >>> plus, it is lights out for thomas edison's 75-watt light bulb. good luck trying to find one in 2013. you're watching "early today" on nbc. >>> good morning and welcome back. some stories making news this morning st
storm that dumped more than a foot of snow from the dakotas so wisconsin has finally tapered off this morning. >> icy roads and whiteout conditions are being blamed for hundreds of accidents. the snow came down an inch an hour in some cities. birt cold has settled in. wind chills around 20 below zero. minneapolis got a report ten inches. that didn't stop the party for the bears-vikings game. some fans drove into the storm all the way from chicago. too bad their team lost. >> day look like they had fun, though. >>> time now for the weather from across the nation. snow in the northern rockies. rain and snow in norng new england. heavy rain around boston, new york, philly, and d.c. thunderstorms from cincinnati to the gulf coast. >> 60s from new orleans to the northeast. 12 in the twin cities. mostly 40s in the rockies. >>> coming up, we'll hear from the deejays who posed as british royals and are being blamed for the suicide of a surs. >>> falling gas prices. >>> josh brent of the cowboys, out of jail and struggling with the death of teammate and a friend. >>> there could be a chri
that point. now, we have sioux falls in south dakota, it has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country. one reason why? no corporate income tax in that state, and get this, the city is run by a democrat. the mayor of sioux falls is next. stuart: fairly soon, you the taxpayer will no longer own even a small part of general motors. the government is selling its entire stake in gm. now, general motors itself is going to buy back 200 million shares, the treasury is going to sell another 300 million shares, at a price to be determined in the future. but gm's buying at 27.50, barely half of what's needed in the stock price to make taxpayers break even. by the time it is all done, the taxpayer will have lost roughly 7 billion dollars in the gm bailout, maybe more if you include gmac now known as ally financial. the stock by the way is up 27. facebook, good press, bad press. first the bad, instagram's privacy policy says it can sell your photos. people have gone crazy about that one. here's the good pr, zuckerberg is going to give away a half billion to charity. whew. [ male ann
that a deal will be done by christmas. i'm thrilled to have senator john hovan, a republican from north dakota who has been an advocate here with us tonight. welcome back to "mad money." >> jim, good to be with you. >> i noticed that you are for a bipartisan situation and one of the things that tells me that you are for real is that you have not signed a pledge that would make it so that you cannot vote for a tax increase. it should be a big deal on the order of four trillion dollar over ten years. get growth in our economy and the kind of deal that inincludes tax reform and better spending control. >> when you were governor of your state you previded over what i think is the single greatest employment boom. is washington so different that you wish you were back home? >> you have been out to north dakota, but you are right. the fundamentals don't change. certainty we can put those things in place with a big deal. we need to get it done. >> one of the things i was noticing. this is something fellow senator conrad was talking with me about. i know that you are committed and in a sensible way to
, the senior senator from north dakota, is a good man indeed. when he was running for the senate the first time, he promised the people of north dakota he would not run for re-election if the nation's budget deficit was higher at the end of his term than it had been at the beginning of it. we came to the senate together. i can remember 27 years ago in the l.b.j. room where i first met kent conrad. we were running for the senate. he is a studious man, very intense. i can still remember that. we have been friends now for all those many years. but think what he did. he could have been re-elected so easy, and he probably could have figured out some way. well, it was my intention we would reduce the debt but we were unable to do it, but he didn't follow that path. he said i'm not running for re-election, and he didn't. it's amazing what he did. he takes the national debt personally, he takes it very seriously. kent announced he wouldn't seek re-election. i was stunned. i said kent, how can you do that? he said i gave my word. but fate is -- i know we're feeling it here today with these flowers here
of light snow showers in the dakotas and southwest minnesota. of course, still tracking some of these showers off towards the east. we'll get some of that through central pennsylvania. may have a little potential for freezing rain. some pocket where is the rain freezes on contact. so you may have to scrape some of that off your car. as far as temperatures are concerned, big divide across the country. southeast still mild. same story in texas. north dakota, dealing with some of the cooler air that's coming in behind this frontal boundary. so as this sweeps south, much cooler air in police. northeast on saturday, still some showers and northern new england, possible light snow showers. dakotas, back in through montana, northwest wyoming, better chances for snow. as far as saturday is concerned, notice again the milder air in the east, cold towards the northern plains. there's a look at it into sunday with snow showers. northwestern great lakes and we'll track that system off towards the east in through monday and tuesday with chances of showers along the frontal boundary, pushi
survey from the internet says that california is the worst run state in the union. north dakota is the best. top five best run states. north dakota, wyoming, nebraska, utah and wyoming. that's based on fiscal responsibility. worst run california, rhode island, illinois, illinois, new jersey. hello governor christie. joining us now to lament that his state tops the list adam carolla. you are not surprised about this. >> no, not at all. as a matter of fact i had a great example of why we are last. it happened to me over the weekend. on friday, i was in winnipeg, canada and when i checked into the hotel, they said oh, you know who is in the room right next to yours? samuel l. jackson. and i thought what the hell is he doing in winnipeg in november? it's horrible. the weather is horrible. i remembered oh he is shooting a movie in winnipeg. then i realized, that's right. he lives in beverly hills but he does all his work in winnipeg and other parts of canada, meaning samuel l. jackson the small business just picks up and leaves to avoid the unions and taxes. i'm a fan of samuel l. va
to left f you use those terms. what happened in north dakota with heidi and jon tester, everywhere, the widest outposts of democratic potential were reached, and voted for marijuana, same-sex, it was like the west village got to vote in the whole country. i want to go to joe on this because he's -- how did the get country get so liberal in this one moment? >> i think the demographics are changes -- >> north dakota they ain't changing. >> well, what's happening in north dakota is you have like negative unemployment because they have an oil boom going on -- >> and a population that's smaller than it was in the '30s. >> i saw a poll today out of south carolina where the president's approval rating is 48%. >> that's good. >> yeah that's very good. the fact is the republicans have been very much with out of touch with a lot of issues. right now that figure, 61%, don't want to raise taxes to close the deficit. that's because deficit closing is only an issue here and on the upper east side of new york. >> i know. david, last thought, what did you holistically look at the election, the ane
be ruled out. and temperatures are cold enough for snow, seeing that minneapolis, north and south dakota and blizzard warnings for some of the areas and we're talking wind gusts over 40 miles per hour possible so white out conditions, dangerous travel conditions across the the region and keep it in mind throughout the rest of today and blizzard warnings in effect. >> and ali's 40 miles per hour wind. >> alisyn: a pleasant thought. what's happening in 23 days from now, that of course is the fiscal cliff. it was disheartening to hear john boehner come out yesterday and say we are nowhere near any sort of progress or any sort of outcome. >> we have been talking. >> clayton: we have been having lunch, haven't been talking to the other side. and look we have the countdown clock, 23 days. and republicans are basically saying, look, the president doesn't want to do this, doesn't want to have an agreement. the president though is saying, look, we can get this done. let's listen to the president first. >> when all of this, bypassing a law that prevents a tax like on the first $250,000 of everybod
in south dakota. one of the songs he gave me before he passed on, on indigenous people's day in 1995, was a song that he called the blue horse special. the blue horse special is the song that i have been fortunate enough to be able to play in a lot of different performance contexts. it's a song that was made by a man named matthew too bold, a very well respected elder whose wife, ellie, just recently passed on. both of them were very well respected for their singing skills. when i thought about doing an arrangement for today, the blue horse special came to mind. i thought i wonder if i can bring a cedar flute into an air, i thought, i wonder if i can take a pala song and turn it into a reel. what i will do is sing you the original pala song, so you can hear that, then we will go into an arrangement that also includes a little something at the end for my grandparents. (singing) . >> on march 5th, 2007, a car bomb was exploded on mutanabbi street in baghdad. mutanabbi street is a mixed shia-suni area. more than 30 people were killed and more than 100 were wounded. this locale is the hi
, bully on "after words" on c-span2. find more booktv online and like us on facebook. >> north dakota senator kent conrad said goodbye to the senate on thursday. he chaired the senate budget committee and is involved in the fiscal deadline negotiations. senator conrad was elected to the u.s. senate in 1986. >> i have often joked with him that he has been my secretary on state and i have served here int the united states senate because he could count on senator dick lugar to give good and unbiased advice on complicated formulation issues. we will very much missed senator lugar's voice in the united states senate, and also his hal, better half, charlotte, who i bt think we all know is a bright w ceite. senator, it has been an honor and privilege to serve with you, and i know that your voice will continue to be heard on important issues of the day.o i think you for your service to, our country and to your state, and thank you for being a good friend to me. mr. president, we have this long tradition in the senate by alert senators giving farewell remarks and i would like to alert that a m
for parts of north and south dakota and parts of a minnesota where winds have been blowing 6 inches of snow and a ground. much of this may now be hitting the ground across the area, but a few sprinkles are possible. most of it as you might suspect is back out north and west. the main energy will pass to the north so we are not expecting any action from that. the computer model does show it getting close to chicago. it is possible there will be a dusting and some areas. a club or two around of monday and tuesday. we are looking at cloudy skies sprinkles that may mix with a few flurries. cloudy skies and flurries or drizzle and afternoon showers can pop up as well. sunday night may be an early sprinkel low temperature 41 degrees. on monday called air pushes a in. it will be chilly out there. the cold air is hanging around right through to state but by wednesday be have a shot at 40 degrees for the high. by friday we can make it up to 50 in advance of another storm that will bring iran into the area. a chance of producing snow, one week from tomorrow. >> you will get warm temperatures coming a
the distrt in second place nationwide for its growth rate behind only north dakota. the growth continues the trend in recent yeaears, and the mar is welcoming the news saying it is a statement that people are voting with their feet and responding t to improvements in education, infrastructure, and city services. will have our roundtable right after the break. first, the federal hot minute. >> the business of government is going through a dynamic change driven by sequestration and other trends. there is no shortage of articl on research of the topic. the president of the professional services council urges the department of defense not to repeat the mistakes made in the early '90s when cut were made across the board and the work force was disproportionately impacted. he urges the cuts should now be more strategic. the story on how it is having a negative impact on the profit of vendors selling to the fed's. therefore, it should be no surprise when you see the results of another survey put out by mamarket connections which shows how government contractors arare seekingevenue opportunities
in this country. >> reporter: senator kent conrad of north dakota raises concerns about the cost of securing schools the way lapierre proposes. >> we'll have 130,000 elementary and secondary schools in this country. two officers in each would cost $25 billion. where's that money coming from? >> reporter: his senate colleague chuck schumer of new york thinks the nra's position will only help lawmakers who want more stringent gun regulation. >> well, i think he's so extreme and tone deaf he actually helps the cause of us passing sensible gun legislation in congress. >> reporter: friday president obama assembled a task force to reduce gun violence and wants concrete proposals in a month. ideas on the table include an assault weapons ban and limiting the number of bullets a magazine can hold. in washington steve centanni, fox news. >>> a perfect sunday to round out the weekend, but now is the christmas holiday going to shape up? >> a last look at the forecast. gwen? >> today was wonderful, plenty of sunshine and light winds, but things are changing. current temperatures, 37 d.c., 25 manassas,
fbi agents during a shootout on south dakota's pine ridge indian reservation in 1975. the incident occurred two years after the american indian movement occupied the village of wounded knee for 71 days. during that time, some 64 local native americans were murdered, most of them had ties to aim. their deaths went un investigated by the fbi. leonard peltier has long maintained his innocence. amnesty international considers him a political prisoner was not granted a fair trial. on friday, singers harry belafonte and pete seeger hosted the "ring leonard peltier home in 2012 concert" at the beacon theater in new york city to raise awareness of his 37-year- old ordeal and plea for executive clemency from president obama. among those who spoke with academy award winning filmmaker, michael moore. >> [inaudible] the idea of how we incarcerate people in this country -- leonard is there for a crime he did not commit. he has served 37 years enslaved in a pen. what will history write about us and how to lock up some of our best people? there for the grace of god go you or i. i woke up today an
dakota. a senator: i ask that the quorum call be suspended. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. hoeven: madam president, today i would like to speak on several important issues pending before the senate, issues i believe that are related. i want to speak first about the recent proposal to change the rules of the senate with a simple majority vote. second and related, i want to talk about the need for consensus and bipartisanship to address our nation's pressing challenges; specifically, the fiscal cliff that we face. we must and, in fact, we can find consensus and agreement. we've done it before. we've done it in building a good, solid farm bill which actually found $23 billion in savings towards the deficit. we did it in passing a strong highway bill that will strengthen our nation's infrastructure. and we did it most recently this week in working through a large and complex defense authorization bill that will keep our nation safer and more secure in these perilous times. it will take more of this kind of cooperation and consensus building to address the very real and substan
>> "teen kids news" is about to get started, and here's what we've got for you. >> film star dakota fanning, secretary of state hillary clinton, tennis great venus wiliams, and singers sheryl crow and mariah carey. do you know what they all have in common? here's a hint -- cookies. >> most boys will agree, middle school can be a battleground. i'll have a report from the front lines. >> they are three little letters, but they can spell the difference between life and death -- cpr. i'll explain what they stand for. >> a huggable egg from outer space, and that's just for starters here at this amazing museum of art. >> and there's lots more ahead, so stay with us. >> welcome to "teen kids news." i'm mwanzaa. >> and i'm livia. here's this week's top story. >> their slogan is "do a good turn daily," and they've been doing that for more than 100 years. lauren reports that girl scouts are celebrating the beginning of a new century of girl power. >> when you think of girl scouts, what do you think of? >> cookies. >> cookies. >> thin mints. >> i think of, like, little girls and i think of coo
ban in south dakota, texting while driving becoming a primary offense. cops can pull you over for doing just that or eating, reading or doing makeup while driving. in south dakota, keep your eyes on the road >> i have done that. but i have seen people reading books. >> i know. stuck in traffic sometimes. >> unbelievable. >> page 2, page 3. >> yeah. >> hey, this is kind of getting old. >> this rain stuff? >> this rain stuff. >> i think a lot of people feel like that. we are going to try to turn this bout around and bring you some sunshine but so far today lingering showers outside. high-def doppler radar showing you a pretty good storm system moving through early on. not the big rain event or strong winds like the previous storms. still a nice little soaker pushing through. scattered showers in hayward within the next five minutes or so. this is what we are going to see this afternoon. just hit-and-miss showers as the storm begins to wind down. but another nice storm making its way through california into the sierra nevada where they have picked up more rain and snow across the
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